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The boys traced their verses and practiced them every day. They recited them at the end of the week.
Our Starting Strong studies resumed. The boys continued to work through the next chapter.
World War II:
Parker and I read A Meeting in the Sky on our Epic app. It’s a beautiful story about a German pilot who put himself in danger to help an American pilot.
We were wrapping up The Winged Watchman this week. This was, by far, my favorite read-aloud this year.
I made a Dutch apple cake, to celebrate Holland’s independence from Germany.
Grammar Grab Bag:
I created a Spring Puddles themed Grammar Grab Bag (GGB).
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I printed Parker’s spelling cards, letter tiles, spelling mat, and spelling worksheets.
First, Parker read this week’s spelling rule.
He thought of a word using this week’s rule and built it on his spelling mat.
Afterwards, he used his spelling cards to practice writing his spelling words.
On Tuesday, Parker used his spelling cards to complete his spelling sentences.
Sorting by Sound:
I cut apart our ducky puddle word cards and presented them with the sorting mat (in GGB).
He read through the stack, sorting by the “ee”and “ea” sound.
Afterwards, he used his dot paints to color code the Ducky Puddles worksheet.
Parker and I reviewed contractions in our grammar lesson.
Afterwards, Parked used his dot paints to complete his “Cloudy Contractions” worksheet.
Types of Sentences:
Parker and I reviewed types of sentences and everything a sentence needs.
After his lesson, Parker completed the “Rainy Day I Can Fix It – Types of Sentences” worksheet.
The page layout was “cardinal bird” themed to match our FIAR book, Albert.
I set out the elements for our “Quotations” page layout.
First, Parker added the title with our alphabet stickers.
Next, he glued the cardinal birds to their “in a nutshell” definitions.
Then, he glued the leaf quotation examples to the maple tree.
It looked beautiful with the green leaves and the bright red cardinals.
Parker continued to work on his TOPs experiments this week.
He continued sketching circuits, building them, and answering questions.